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Satchel Paige story

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How did Leroy Paige earn his nickname? he carried suitcase -satchels for passagers at Union Station in Mobile
How old was Satchel when he decided to earn his money as a baseball player? 19
what was the name of his magic slow ball hesitation
what caused all sorts of havoc trouble ball
always be where i want it to be bee ball
what did satchel love to hear at the game? cheers because it gave him confidence
After one year, he was playing for what team? Chattanooga Black Lookouts
What team did he play for in Alabama? Birmingham Black Barons
Who did he marry 1941? Lahoma Brown
What player was known for hitting a ball into next week? Josh Gibson
What was Josh Gibson nickname? black babe ruth
in 1923, Gipson and Satchel were teammates for? Pittsburgh Crawfords
How many strike outs did the poster say Satchel would have? 9
In what year did Gipson and Satch test who was the best ball player? 1942
Who won Gipson and satch test? satch
Where would Satch look for a players weakness? knees
How would you describe life for a Negro baseball player? hard, refused meals in restaurants and rooms in hotels, ate on the road, slept in train depots or ball fields
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